双方向型オーラル・コミュニケーション能力の育成を目的とした異文化間合同授業 : ICT(高度情報通信技術)を用いて ICT-Mediated International Joint Class for Interactive Oral Communication Skills
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With Community Involvement (CI) learning as its theoretical background and methodological model, this study reported on empirical research into intercultural joint classes conducted in the 2004 academic year. A questionnaire survey was conducted on 11 second-year university students, who participated in joint classes with the University of Hawai'i and Chiang Mai University, Thailand. The survey examined their responses concerning 7 items: confidence, English skills, emotion/motivation, interest, worth participating in joint classes, requests for next joint classes, the notion of "English as a tool for communication".
- ARELE: Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan
ARELE: Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan 17(0), 231-240, 2006
The Japan Society of English Language Education